Hello ladies and gentlemen,

Today, as you may have seen in the title, I have coded a strategy to determine once and for all if MACD could make you money in 2020.

So, at the end of this video, you will know which MACD strategy will bring you the most money.

Spoiler alert: we've hit the 90% WinRAte mark on the Euro New Zealand Dollar chart.

I've seen a lot of videos of people testing different MACD signals, some up to 100 times.

But In my opinion, all traders must rely on statistics to put all the odds on their side and good statistics require a lot more data.

The algorithm I'm showing you tests each signal one by one over a 3 year period and on 28 different graphs.

That way we are sure that we have encountered all possible market behavior.

From phases of congestion to major trends or even the effects of COVID-19

I use the ATR to determine my Stop Loss and Take Profits. The Stop Loss is placed at 1.5 times the ATR, the Take Profit is placed at 1 time the ATR.
If my Take Profit is hit, I take 50% of the profits and let the position run by moving my Stop Loss to Zero.

This way, the position can no longer be a losing position.

If you are not familiar with this practice, I invite you to study the "Scaling out" video from the NoNonsenseForex channel.

BV's Trading Journal.

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